James Reinke

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Basic income could work—if you do it Canada-style - MIT Technology Review

Fresh produce<p>Dana Bowman, 56, expresses gratitude for fresh produce at least 10 times in the hour and a half we’re having coffee on a frigid spring …

Universal Health Care

Stockton's $500 basic income experiment is a commie-libertarian pipe dream

Just driving through a couple of blocks near downtown Stockton — over bridges, down Martin Luther King Boulevard, within eyesight of the San Joaquin River — showed me why this Central Valley city of 300,000 has such a rundown reputation. There was a man passed out against a wall, a brown bag just …

Income Inequality

Gastric bypass "surgery in a pill" points to inspired new treatment for diabetes

While gastric-bypass, or bariatric, surgery can be a very successful weight-loss treatment option for those suffering from obesity, it has also been …

Diabetes

Blood test promises rapid and portable diagnoses of heart attacks

A blood test designed to rapidly diagnose heart attacks has been verified in new trials. The research hopes to lead to a portable hand-held testing …

Medicine

Immunotherapy effective against 'untreatable' prostate cancer

A major trial has demonstrated, for the very first time, that the immunotherapy drug pembrolizumab is effective in treating advanced prostate cancer …

Cancer

Turmeric: It’s been touted as a magic bullet for joint pain, eczema and even depression

Turmeric latte? How about a turmeric-infused popcorn? It’s been touted as a magic bullet for joint pain, eczema and even depression... so here’s why …

Food

Prostate cancer breakthrough as new drug keeps men with previously 'untreatable' cases alive

Men with previously “untreatable” prostate cancer are being kept alive by a new drug in what experts believe may be a breakthrough for patients with the worst form of the disease.<p>A British trial has for the first time shown that state-of-the art immunotherapy can be used to target prostate …

Cancer

Recipe: Berry Pineapple Fruit Salad — Recipes from The Kitchn

My favorite approach to cooking — especially when it comes to potlucks, parties, and picnics — is to start with a dish that's a well-loved, familiar …

Recipes

Engineered antibody summons immune system to kill cancer cells

Scientists have engineered a new kind of antibody that attaches itself to cancer cells before summoning and activating killer T cells from the immune …

Immunotherapy

Saginaw Animal Control to host vaccine, license clinic for pets

Pet owners who pre-register for the event won't even have to leave their cars.

This new tool negotiates with your cable and internet provider to lower your bill

Team Clark is adamant that we will never write content influenced by or paid for by an advertiser. To support our work, we do make money from some …

Custom Paw Print Necklace Pet Remembrance Jewelry Paw Print Jewelry Pet Lover Keepsake Necklace Dog Jewelry Cat Jewelry Pet Jewelry

Using the paw print of your furry friend, I will create for you a lasting keepsake in recycled pure silver. The back of the pendant displays a short inscription, such as your pet's name. What a wonderful gift for the pet lover in your life!<p>The pendant will live on an 18 inch sterling silver cable …

Cancer Vaccine With 97% Complete Response Rate In Mice Starts Human Trials

A new cancer vaccine trial is now underway, as of March 27th, that is fundamentally different from any cancer vaccine trial held until now. Not only …

What Your Cholesterol Numbers Really Mean

LDL used to be the “bad cholesterol” and HDL the “good cholesterol.” That’s the tidy story I learned in my grad school lipids class 13 years ago, but …

Newly created compound boosts anti-cancer immunity

Scientists might have found a way to activate the body's "natural killer T cells" in the fight against cancer. The findings might lead to more …

Colon and rectal cancer screenings should start at 45, new guidelines say

<b>(CNN) —</b> If you're in your mid-40s and haven't had your colon checked, it might be time.<p>The American Cancer Society's newly updated guidelines for colon and rectal cancer screening recommend that adults at average risk get screened starting at age 45 instead of 50, as previously advised.<p>The updated …

Cancer

How To Scan Your Computer For Malware With Google Chrome

In the 9-plus years it’s been around, Google Chrome has become one of the best — and most popular — web browsers in the world. One reason for its rapid rise has been Google’s focus on security.<p>Protecting Chrome users from malware remains a top priority today. What you may not have realized is that …

Google Chrome

This 'metastasis-blocking' compound may stop the spread of cancer

Using a new approach, scientists have located a compound that stops the spread of breast, pancreatic, and prostate cancers in mice.<p>The compound — …

Cancer

Can Bad Men Change? What It’s Like Inside Sex Offender Therapy

The men file in, a few wearing pressed button-down shirts, others jeans caked in mud from work on a construction site. They meet in the living room …

Civil Rights

Reversing atherosclerosis with one shot

New research demonstrates that injecting synthetically designed nanofibers in mice helps to break up the arterial plaque that is a hallmark of …

Finland's experiment with giving away money shines a light on the idea of universal basic income

There might be no free lunch, as the saying goes, but a bold experiment in Finland has renewed interest in the idea of money for nothing.<p>In January 2017, the country embarked on a two-year pilot program that gave 2,000 unemployed citizens the equivalent of nearly $700 a month, with no strings …

Income Inequality

Seriously: There Are Only 10 Foods That All Nutritionists Recommend

There are so many clashing nutrition philosophies in the world, it can make a person's head explode. I learned this firsthand when I sent my …

No plans to expand Finland basic income trial

<b>The Finnish government has decided not to expand a limited trial in paying people a basic income, which has drawn much international interest.</b><p>Currently 2,000 unemployed Finns are receiving a flat monthly payment of €560 (£490; $685) as basic income.<p>"The eagerness of the government is evaporating. …

Income Inequality

Ultrasound technique overcomes problems with current methods to diagnose the most common cancer in men<p>Scientists have announced the development of a highly accurate and reliable technique for diagnosing prostate cancer. The Dundee University-based team say they have used an ultrasound process …

Cancer

Weight might not be why obesity damages knees - Futurity

New research points to gut bacteria, not mechanical stress, as the cause of joint pain and arthritis in obesity. A common supplement spared the knees …

5 Fascinating Things Your Blood Type Can Tell You

Most of us don't spend too much time thinking about our blood type unless we are in our doctor's office, but our blood type is a component of our …

What Happens When Every Citizen Receives a Universal Basic Income

Later this year, Stockton, a city in California with a 25% poverty rate, will conduct an unusual experiment: Roughly 100 of its citizens will receive …

28 First Dates That Aren't Dinner & A Movie

You meet someone, sparks fly, and you exchange phone numbers. After some witty banter via text (<i>OMG you love</i> Big Mouth <i>too??</i>), you finally set a first …

Our tax code is deliberately designed to reward money over work, and the corporate tax cut financially rewards companies for moving money and jobs overseas<p>In 2013, just a few years after the 2008 financial crisis, I was part of BlackRock’s Financial Markets Advisory Group working for the Greek …

Finance

Should the Sex Offender Registry Be Abolished? A Live Debate.

Should the sex offender registry be abolished? Watch a live debate between Emily Horowitz, a sociologist at St. Francis College, and Marci Hamilton …